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Bless Our Home

      by: Country Cottage Needleworks

Cross Stitch Patterns



SKU: 08-1553
Stitch Count: 111w x 84h
Project Size: 7.9" x 6.0" on 28cnt (over 2)

Price: $8.00 

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 801 coffee brown - dk 1 $0.49
 3031 mocha brown - vy dk 1 $0.49
 Blue Moon 1 $2.20
 Clay Pot 1 $2.20
 Peanut Brittle 1 $2.20
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Item Description:  
Model stitched on 28 count Country French Cafe' Mocha Linen using DMC and Crescent Colours. Stitch count 111w x 84h. Shown finished in a Family Tree Frame- Style: Sean, Finish: Shabby, Color: Icing, Size: 7 x 9.

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I love this but before I order it can anyone tell me if this requires fraction stitches? Also, is this project using special floss? What kind of fabric...
Posted By Lavinia Rose on 06/24/15.    483 Views, 10 Replies, latest by Prairie Girl on 04/10/16

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1. Denise on 4/12/2014, said:

This is a nice pattern and I also plan to give to friends.
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2. MARIA on 4/8/2009, said:

I love this pattern but instead of the phrase Bless Our Home, I use the phrase pattern "HOME IS WHERE THE AIR FORCE SENDS US." I give the finished work as presents.
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